Important notices
Scheduled maintenance for iOCBC on Saturday, 22 Jan 2022

The iOCBC internet trading portal and TradeMobile app will be unavailable during the period shown below due to scheduled system maintenance.

Saturday, Saturday, 22 Jan 2022, 09:00am – Sunday, 23 Jan 2022, 11:59pm

We apologise for any inconvenience caused.

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Operating Hours on Eve of Chinese New Year, 31 January 2022

OCBC Securities Investors Hub and Customer Service hotline operating hours will be from 8:30am to 12.30pm on eve of Chinese New Year, 31 January 2022. 

We will be closed from 1 to 2 February 2022 (Tuesday & Wednesday) for the Chinese New Year public holidays.

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Be wary of phishing links that lead you to fake OCBC websites

BE WARY of SMSes claiming issues with your accounts or social media postings offering free gifts purportedly from the bank.
DO NOT click on any links in these SMSes which are phishing links that lead you to fake OCBC websites.
Never divulge your banking credentials or one-time passwords to anyone, or key such confidential information into unverified webpages.

Find out more on how you can spot a scam with our Security Advisory. If in doubt, call the OCBC Securities' official hotline at 1800 338 8688 (or +65 6338 8688 if you are overseas).

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Bursa Malaysia Stamp Duty and Sales and Service Tax (SST) Changes, commencing 1 January 2022

Effective 01 Jan 2022, the Bursa Exchange is implementing changes to the Stamp Duty and Sales and Service Tax (SST) to the following list below:

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HKEX FRC Transaction Levy Commencing 1 January 2022

Effective 1 January 2022, the Financial Reporting Council will be implementing a FRC Transaction Levy payable by sellers and purchasers of securities listed on the Hong Kong Exchange. This will apply to transactions executed from 3 January 2022 onwards.

The FRC Transaction Levy is calculated at 0.00015% per side of the consideration of a transaction (rounded to the nearest cent).

Visit HKEX announcement for more details.

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Market enhancements effective 17 January 2022

On 17 January 2022, the board lot size of all SGX-listed ETFs will be reduced to 1 unit, supported in part by the significant growth in dollar cost averaging. At the same time, you will expect greater price flexibility in the placing of limit buy and sell orders. The standard +/- 30 tick range above/below the last reference price for sell/buy limit orders will be revised to +/- 10% above/below the last reference price.

For more information, visit SGX.

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